In Chapters 4 and 5, we were concerned with making collective decisions by voting, i.e., with methods for how to aggregate the voters’ individual preferences so as to determine the winning alternative(s) as a collective consensus. In the present chapter, we turn to the closely related topic of judgment aggregation, i.e., to methods for how to aggregate the individual judgments of a number of judges so as to determine the joint judgment(s) as a collective consensus.
KeywordsMajority Rule Median Property Individual Judgment Judgment Aggregation Shoot Range
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